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Nebraska partners to fight antimicrobial resistance

July 26, 2018

Lincoln, Neb. — The University of Nebraska–Lincoln will help lead a new national institute addressing antimicrobial resistance, an increasingly urgent global public health concern, the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities and the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges announced July 26.

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Husker-led research team to examine irrigation's role in precipitation

July 17, 2018

Lincoln, Neb. — A national team led by the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is studying potential links among irrigation, cloud formation and rainfall.

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Study: Food fraud spoils value for all

June 27, 2018

Lincoln, Neb. — Emerging research from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln shows food fraud can have industrywide impacts, beyond just consumers.

Nebraska agriculture economists Syed Imran Ali Meerza and Christopher Gustafson tracked how an incident of fraudulent activity changed consumer behavior toward all extra-virgin olive oil brands.

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